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the fee is now 340 and it depends on where u live/ if you are transfered

could be vermont, california, texas

That is the correct fee but the second question was where to mail. All fiancee petitions are mailed to a PO Box in Texas. Check the USCIS website for instructions. The lock box facility in Lewisville will do intake, then send the file to Vermont or California based on workload, not necessarily petitioner residence location.


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did it go down? I remember my wife paying $455 when she filed for my K-1 visa... anyway im just trying to find out info for my friends because they are filing for it soon... I read somewhere that now the petitions are supposed to be mail to one address (in texas) no matter where you live.. so thats not true? thanks for the help

So good to see you again Pushbrk.. always so helpful.. thanks for the info

That is the correct fee but the second question was where to mail. All fiancee petitions are mailed to a PO Box in Texas. Check the USCIS website for instructions. The lock box facility in Lewisville will do intake, then send the file to Vermont or California based on workload, not necessarily petitioner residence location.


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did it go down? I remember my wife paying $455 when she filed for my K-1 visa... anyway im just trying to find out info for my friends because they are filing for it soon... I read somewhere that now the petitions are supposed to be mail to one address (in texas) no matter where you live.. so thats not true? thanks for the help

So good to see you again Pushbrk.. always so helpful.. thanks for the info

It IS true that all I-129F for fiancee petitions are mailed to one address in Texas. Where they get transferred from there is up to that facility. You asked a present tense question and got a present tense correct answer. Yes, the fee went down and the mailing instructions changed since your petition was filed.


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